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ERH 203 - Ways of Reading: Ways of Reading

A research-oriented introduction to theoretical frameworks for reading and analyzing texts as cultural products, with an emphasis on interpreting the relationship between context and meaning.

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This library guide contains resources in support of the course, ERH 203 Ways of Reading, which surveys key ways of reading literary texts.  Cadets will have the opportunity to give close attention to literary form in narrative, poetry and drama. Cadets will analyze tone and irony, the use of figurative language and rhetorical figures.  Assignments will focus on relationships between writers, texts, and readers. 

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